A Touch of Class

It's overrated, but nonetheless an enjoyable romantic comedy starring Glenda Jackson, a free-spirited single mother, and an already married George Segal who is having an affair with her. Together they go on a trip to Malaga, but it ends up only being a series of mishaps. It isn't particularly funny, but it is fun to watch. Glenda Jackson, who wasn't previously thought to be able to thrive in comedies, actually won the Best Actress Academy Award for 1973 with this performance.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



George Segal, Glenda Jackson, Paul Sorvino, Hildegard Neil, Cec Linder, K. Callan, Mary Barclay, Michael Elwyn

Directed by:

Melvin Frank


1973 romance/comedy

Rated PG.


Don Ignacio's score: B

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